Sweet Kitty gone missing

Please help us keep an eye out for our orange kitty, Momo, who went missing on Monday night in the North Wellington neighborhood (Wellshire Lane/Place). He gave us the slip without his collar on, but is micro chipped. He is extraordinarily friendly and loves all people and most dogs. When he sees you he will …
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April 28th, 2017 Category: Pets

Order your Prom Flowers from Flora by Laura

Note from Audra:  My boys always buy their HOCO/PROM corsages from Laura!

Dunwoody High School Prom Flowers 2017

Prom season is here, along with all of it’s exciting preparations for this fun filled evening.  Corsages and Boutonnieres are my specialty.  If you would like to place an order for your son or daughter’s date, please …
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Vote for a the Jarrells – a local Dunwoody family!

You may have seen the Jarrells with their exchange student, Simone Intriago from Ecuador. She is attending Dunwoody High School and living with them until the end of June.  Becky Jarrell says:  “It has been a FABULOUS experience – one that I never expected to do but wouldn’t trade for the world now.”

The …
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B at the Movies Free Outdoor Movie -MOANA

Join your neighbors and B98.5 for B at the Movies at Park at Pernoshal Court (4575 N. Shallowford Road, Dunwoody), Saturday, May 6th for a FREE family outdoor movie!

The Dunwoody event will take place Saturday evening May 6th. Bring the family, your blanket or beach chair and relax under the stars and enjoy Disney’s …
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Brookhaven Council approves Ashford Dunwoody Corridor Study

Source: The Brookhaven Post

Brookhaven Councilmembers voted unanimously Tuesday, April 25th, 2017, to approve the Ashford Dunwoody Rd. Corridor Study, a study intended “to develop a general consensus for long-range options to improve traffic operations, safety, and multimodal connectivity for the Ashford Dunwoody Corridor.”

Mayor John Ernst read a statement from Councilmember Linley Jones …
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Dunwoody donation causes debate

Source: Champion Newspapers

An approved $1.2 million donation from a Dunwoody booster club stirred controversy April 17 during a DeKalb County School District (DCSD) board of education meeting.

The donation—which will go toward artificial turf, seating, outdoor lighting, track replacement, restrooms and a concession stand—will be used in conjunction with $790,000 …
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